Hotel Parque 97 Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... have to be there by 11am and it's supposed to be 2000m of ascent. We had an early breakfast this morning - 5.30am. A time trial and should have started in the first time slot at 6am but decided to go early at 5.45am to give me as much of a chance as possible to get to lunch.
The others taking part in the time trial were let off at 1 minute intervals. Was great to be out cycling in the cool of the morning and amazingly ...
... in Bogota. This was a very different affair to all the other plazas we have come across in South America. Instead of being tree lined and seat filled, this was a large open area, with a statue of Bolivar in the middle, plus thousands of pigeons. Surrounding the plaza is the cathedral, the Palace of Justice, and the Colombian Congress. For us, it was somewhat reminiscent of Moscow.
Later, on our wanderings, we saw the Governor of the Department's house ...
... I already spent so much more then I planned...but then again - you only live once!! =) This travel is also the travel for meeting old friends. In Panama I met my friend Leanne I haven't seen in 17 years and in Bogota I finally met my friend Caro again. She actually lives in Paris, where we met 8 years ago, so one and a half hours away from where I live, but we met again after over 5 years in Bogota! =) Why easy when there is a complicated way as we say in ...
... brand new batch of hot bunuelos...delicious!!
While David updated the blog, Maria organised accommodation for Quito and worked out the cheapest transport should we have to book an exit from Ecuador at the airport.
We took a walk down Carrera 7 towards the Museo de Oro area for lunch. There were heaps of options and all busy with locals on their lunch break. We opted for soup in the end, at a cafe that only served soup. There were ...
... influence from the coast and using really interesting sweet flavours. It was a fantastic meal - for starters calamari cubes with tomato and mint sauce, yucca balls with a sour cream and spicy sauce and mango ceviche with crispy plantain, for mains chicken with a chicha glaze crispy fish in a fruity sauce, and for dessert a mystery dish with little bits of something like bread pudding with lulo sauce! After all that food we had perfectly lined the stomach for a night of partying at ...